On October 11th, four Winston FFA Freshmen attended the annual Area 2 Greenhand Initiation Ceremony at Gallatin High School. As a part of the ceremony, the greenhands were officially inducted into the National FFA Organization. Additionally, they also listened to speeches about the organization and agriculture and had had a chance to mingle with other greenhands from the Area 2 Association. Ushering in a new batch of members and strengthening a school organization are more reasons why: It is a Great Day to be a Redbird!
Friday, October 13, 2017
The Faculty of Winston High School is pleased to announce Bailey Barton and Gabe Riddle as the Winston High School Students of the Month for October. The Student of the Month award is voted on by the staff of Winston High School from a list of students who are nominated by teachers or administrators. The intent of the award is to recognize those students who exemplify the excellence we strive for in academics, character, and attitude. The faculty and staff of Winston High School firmly believe that excellent schools are built upon the shoulders of outstanding students. These are two of our finest students and they are a big reason why: It is a Great Day to be a Redbird!
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
The Faculty of Winston High School is honored to congratulate Braden Lee and Maggie Farrell for being named as our September Students of the Month. The Student of the Month award is chosen by the teachers and administrators of Winston High School. The intent of the award is to recognize those students who exemplify the excellence we strive for in academics, character, and attitude. It is the firmly held belief of the faculty and administration of Winston High School that strong students form the foundation for all of our school's accomplishments. These are two of our finest students and they are a big reason why: It is a Great Day to be a Redbird!
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
There is of course still a lot to do. Uniforms have to be cleaned and altered to fit our students, a banner has to be obtained, and of course marching has to be cleaned up. However, so much work has already gone into it. Ms. O'Dell has already procured 2 sousaphones for our low brass section, We have new drumline instruments, and kids have been dedicating time outside of the school day to getting ready.
At this time you will have the opportunity to see our Marching Redbirds, or at least parts of them, twice this year. Our newly formed Drumline will be marching this Friday (9-22-17) in the Maysville Homecoming Parade which starts at 2:15. Then you can catch the whole band at the MWSU Homecoming Parade in St. Joseph on October 28th. Come out and support our students and show everyone why we believe: It is a Great Day to be a Redbird!